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date2014-04-14 08:52:47 Click No.18552

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25th International Symposium on Space Terahertz Technology

Dates: 27-30 April 2014
Place: The Higher School of Economics, Maly Gnezdnikovskiy pereulok 4, 125009 ?Moscow

Heterodyne and direct detectors (e.g. HEB, TES, KID, bolometers)
THz sources / local oscillator systems
Teraherz systems and instruments
THz optics, components and measurement techniques
Backends for THz systems

4th EOS Topical Meeting on Terahertz Science & Technology (TST 2014)

Location: Hotel Cenobio dei Dogi, Camogli, Italy
Duration: 11 May 2014 C 14 May 2014
Submission Timeframe: 16 December 2013 C 9 March 2014

General Chair(s):
Petr Kužel C Institute of Physics of the ASCR / Czech Republic
Alessandro Tredicucci C NEST, CNR-NANO / Italy

Invited Speakers
Hartmut Roskos, Goethe University Frankfurt (DE) C Keynote

Fritz Keilmann, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität M┨nchen (DE) C Masterclass
Jun Kono, Rice University (USA) C Masterclass

Christoph Deutsch, Technical University Wien / Austria
Mona Jarrahi, University of Michigan / USA
??Michael Johnston, University of Oxford / UK
Tobias Kampfrath, Fritz Haber Institute / Germany
Toshihiko Kiwa, Okayama University / Japan
Alexey Kuzmenko, Geneva University / Switzerland
Jean-François Lampin, IEMN Lille / France
Joo-Hiuk Son, University of Seoul / Korea
Vincenzo Spagnolo, Politecnico di Bari / Italy
Frederic Teppe, Universit└ Montpellier 2 / France

Emission of THz radiation (QCLs, HEMTs, FELs, synchrotrons, nonlinear optics etc.)
Detection of THz radiation (quantum dots, single photon detectors, time-gated, transistors etc.)
THz integrated optics, waveguiding, plasmonics, metamaterials, photonic crystals
Interaction of THz radiation with matter (dielectrics, semiconductors, nanostructured materials, graphene, liquid-state dynamics, chemistry, biology, ultrafast spectroscopy etc.)
Nonlinear phenomena induced by THz radiation
THz far-field and near-field imaging, THz microscopy and microspectroscopy
Remote sensing of gases and chemical / biological agents
THz applications (security, telecom, remote detection etc.)

For more information: http://www.myeos.org/events/tst2014

NEMO2014: Numerical Electromagnetic Modeling and Optimization for RF, Microwave and Terahertz Applications

NEMO2014 is a brand new international conference, which brings together experts and practitioners of computational electromagnetics for RF, microwave, and terahertz applications. This conference is the ideal venue to share new ideas on numerical techniques for electromagnetic modeling, propose efficient design algorithms and tools, and anticipate the modeling needs of future technologies and applications.

NEMO2014 is organized by the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) with the technical co-sponsorship of the European Microwave Association (EuMA). The conference will be organized annually, rotating between Europe, North America, and Asia. The first edition is hosted by the University of Pavia, Italy.

The conference features an exciting technical program, an industry exhibit, and invited talks by internationally recognized experts in computational electromagnetics.

Conference Website: http://nemo-ieee.org/

7th Global Symposium on Millimeter-Waves (GSMM) 2014

May 21~23, 2014, The-K Seoul Hotel, Seoul, Korea


The main theme of the GSMM 2014 is ^Millimeter-wave and THz sensors and imaging ̄. It will cover from millimeter wave and Tera-Hertz devices, circuits, systems, novel sensors, and applications to passive and active images. The GSMM 2014 will be composed of high quality keynote speeches, technical sessions, panels, and exhibitions in the following areas but not limited to the topics listed below.

GSMM stemmed out from three conferences from three countries, Finland, Japan and Korea originally. This year it will be the 7th Global Symposium after rotating the hosting places globally, in Finland, China, Japan, and Korea.


1) Millimeter-wave Antenna and Passive Devices
Antennas and Propagation
Filter, MPX/DPX, and Transmission line
Phased Array Antennas
Substrates and Packaging (LTCC, LCP, etc.)

2) Millimeter-wave Active Devices and ICs
Millimeter-wave MMICs, Power amplifier, LNA, Mixers, VCOs
Millimeter-wave Devices, HEMT, CMOS, HBTs, GaN Devices
On-wafer and Advanced Measurements

3) Millimeter-wave and Microwave Systems and Applications
Radars and Remote Sensing
Wireless LANs and PANs
5G Wireless Communications
Millimeter-wave Systems and Sub-systems
Millimeter-wave Backhaul for 4G/5G Small Cells
Fixed/Mobile Wireless Access Systems
Passive and Active Imaging
Energy Transfer System
Millimeter-wave System-on-chip

4) Millimeter-wave Photonics
Millimeter-wave Photonic Devices
Millimeter-wave Photonic Systems

5) Sub-millimeter Wave and THz Technologies
Sub-millimeter Wave Devices and Systems (300 GHz ~1 THz)
THz Devices and Systems (1 THz ~)

6) Emerging Technologies
Millimeter-wave Biomedical Applications
Millimeter-wave Nano-electronic Devices
New Materials (Graphene, CNT, MoS)



Fifth International Symposium on Terahertz Nanoscience (TeraNano V)


The Fifth International Symposium on Terahertz Nanoscience (TeraNano V) will be held on December 1-5, 2014, in Martinique. With the success of the first four meetings of this series, held in Osaka, Okinawa, Honolulu, and Osaka, this symposium will bring together world leaders and young researchers and students working in the multi-disciplinary field of terahertz (THz) dynamics in nanostructures.

The 0.1 to 10 THz frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum is where electrical transport and optical transitions merge, thus offering exciting opportunities to study a variety of novel physical phenomena. By combining THz technology and nanotechnology, we can advance our understanding of THz physics while improving and developing THz devices. In particular, recent advances in the study of THz dynamics in carbon nanomaterials ! carbon nanotubes and graphene ! have not only broadened our horizon of THz research but also generated new excitement regarding their exotic AC properties and potential towards novel applications.

Topics to be covered at the meeting include :
Absorption, emission, and scattering of THz waves in nanostructures
Ultrafast dynamics of carriers, excitons, and phonons in nanostructures
Nonlinear optical spectroscopy using intense THz radiation
THz sources and detectors based on nanostructures
Coherent THz magneto-optical and electro-optical spectroscopy
High-frequency electronic devices
THz sensing and imaging using nanostructures
Growth and purification of nanomaterials for THz studies

The workshop will host a maximum of 100 participants. We believe that the size of this meeting with a clear focus on THz dynamics in nanostructures will provide an ideal forum for fruitful and stimulating interactions among young and established researchers.


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